Monday 19th Nov, 2018
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Shipping Australia recognises World Maritime Day

This year’s World Maritime Day coincides with the 70th anniversary of the convention that set up the IMO

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Geelong and Boral cement deal

An agreement between GeelongPort and Boral Cement will see the construction of a $130m clinker grinding and cement facility

Photo: Port of Newcastle

Ports Oz welcomes NSW’s new freight plan

The NSW Freight and Ports Plan lays out the state government’s long-term vision for freight in the state

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TECHNOLOGY OPINION: Tech for clean, green future

New technology is used to save fuel and improve environmental performance, writes Marcus Hand*

Photo: Transport for NSW

NSW releases its grand plan for freight

In the plan, the state government committed to advocate for legislative change to encourage more coastal shipping

Photo: Fremantle Ports

Quay crane ship arrives at Freo

One of the five cranes will be unloaded there before the ship moves on to make more deliveries at Australian ports

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Prepare for “smart ships”, says Vic Ports CEO

Rachel Johnson spoke at an SCLAA event in Melbourne, describing the trend towards ‘smart ships’ and the need for rail

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IMO progress towards inclusion of methanol in gas code

The CCC5 sub-committee is completing drafting of interim guidelines for approval by the Maritime Safety Committee in 2020